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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta "Friday, 1912 TUTS DAILY HEPALP MILAD1 EDITED BY "1NQ" f'HONES; Offlct, 1224 till I'crlaiji thoughts a IT. prayi-ie. TliiM'e arc.' moment's, when the soul lini'ding, no niatU'i'' what llic .illi- liulr, of llic body may Victor ilu- More tiling ai'p wrought by prayer -Than Urn: world1 ilicams of. forc luL' voice Jtisi! like .'i fountain for me nijrlil uud day. H-'ur ar.e.-mfii bcllcr than .slircji or Konlu, That nourish a blind life within llic lira in, .flr, knowing (-'oil, Ihcy lift not hands of imiypr ttotli for ;md who call llicni friend Tcnnj son, Me. Or man Kipnman was a visitor at Medicine JlaL fiiir. Miss I'ntLcsori and Miss Krccniau Uc Leu hour hoslrvscs a I llic Country Club tomorrow. 1 Miss Dura" (looker, ot (.'larcsholm, will IK; a week-end visitor Mrs. 'i Mr. Stanley left last rtiglu lo attend .llic in Calgary. anti Mrs. Whitney will go on Monday; i i A: IJiicIianmi; M-.P-., I Ion. Marshall and lion. C. R. among the. visitors at the Medi- cine, Hat fair: Rev. Perry, pus I or of Ucslcy Icfl Ihi.s afternoon Ai) to n I. Lend a meeting of the Genet- School arid'Epworth Lea- Euc-'Boaril' til ttic clnircli in Cnnada- Ilo 'represents Alberta Conference. Mr. Perry will, "also enjoy a holiday ami-Visit his aid home near Dray ton anil other points in Onlario. A jolly "pro 01 young chaperoned Ijy'Mr. and Mrs.' to t'hc river ho I, lorn at six o'clock" lust and; enjoyed as com' A huge' lion-fire split out its waLinlli and clicurincss, and a haiiny j iinm iu social the parly returning about clcvrii o'clock. Mrs. A. VUUIIK will visit in Cal- gnry for the Stampede'. Miss Conlin on .Sunday to -spend Labor Day :ii Canary; Miss Hubert a Magi' leaves un day inuiiiiiig to spend a week in Cal- gary. Miss Irvine leaves tomorrow lo visit in Calgary fni a shorL lime. Mr. Cniickshanks anil Mr. Dixon, of the l.'nion hank will be Calgary visitors during the Stampede. Rev. A. G. Canietun returned, I his mornine from a pleafiani. vacation .spenl. in Vancouver. and Prince llu- menu, an jiddresK 'was rci'il to' AJIss by DLser, nuile Minn I, I; on helm I of the .sented lhc, honor fiiinHt with a com plete coeoti set. I'odger, Ihoiig I'litirely taken sunulKr, gracehill tlie illLss Uowler, soloist of Uic Central Methodist church o' Calgary, will tic a wcck-und visitor with Hcv. II. II. mid All's- l-'ragu and will rentier ;i at the evening service in cliurch on Sunday: This cool weather will make the tennis dance, this ieV.ening particulurly joy able, ami no doubt n large num- ber will be in attendance. Tea will be served a I the courts tomorrow ai- Icinoon and also on. Labor Day. Mr. and Mrs. David Aleldnnn of Raymond, have announced. Ihc wed- ding of their 'daughter, Miss Nora Meldrum, Lo JUr, Geo. l-feggie, to take''place Wednesday next. 'fc'ep- tcmhcr -Hh, a'L 'Raymond. Miss.podgcr, much-feted bridc- lii-bc, wiis- Mic fai.son-d1 clre. bf a hright afiuir at uiB home oi Mis. C. Brandow last, when .she i [ilerlaaiiL'd llic class. Asters and sweel.'peas -'formed a ilcasinc, decoration.. Twenty-two young ladirs ;-ciuoycd tlic various games and m'lisipV After [lie "scrviri's" of a delicious ('Lir itnyniond corn'mmndeiit wi'lles: i A quiet but very pretty redding UN night oT this ivcck'iil the liouic of Mr. and Mrs. T. (ioiild, at Itavnioiid, vlicn Aliss .Jennie Cpxon, of leiinc Coxon, of .N'e.w-Caslln-on-Tyiie, Sug- land, WOM married lo Thos. aon of Hit- late JON. Allan, of Castle-on-Tyni1. and Mrs. Tlioihn.i Gould, now of Hayniond, TliP iiei'Oi, niony was performed by "llie''1 Rcv.: [ferbcil W. Tooniiis, M. o'clnL-K in iliL' nvcMiing. The hriiie I entered tin; pitrlbr ivilh Mr. -II, Gould (o the si rains of wedding march and played by Mrs. 11. Vi. .Muriel Tooniiis am! Miss Klsic Grange1 avsiKlcd the bride, while ,Wm.' Smith nclcd in ihu rapacity, of best man. atU'.v monv n luncheon was served at which only immtidialc friends were pr.cscnC During the a reeepMon wns held at which about thirty iinitcil guesLs were present. An impromptu program ui songs, music ami games( were carried out. The. evening's en- tertainment was enlivened by a visit from several girl and Ijoy friends oj both bride and grouni, who pluyed a ficrc-nadc and received on lhe lawn. Many lieauliful presents' IcstiJicd lo the eateeni in which [he young couple were held, iiriiong Ll.'Ciii boijis an elaborate rocker from Ihe staff of the Haimond -Mercantile Co.. Ltd., of which Mr. Allan is..a mem- ber. .Mr. and Mrs. Allan have taken up residence on First AVC., Kasl. iay Think of WASH-DAY as a day of SUNLIGHT. Forget all about old time trials and forward to wash-day as to other days. Other days, too, you need Sunlight just as ypu do on wash-day, for besides washing clothes easily and quickly Sunlight Soap keeps home sweet and clean. When in of the Guarantee of Purity that rests upoji every 5c, bar of Sunlight. THE NAME LEVER ON SOAP IS A GUARANTEE OF PURITY AND EXCELLENCE iMILLIXEKY OFKN1NO Miss 'Tilricy'.s millinery .show rooms were tlic of the sex yesterday on the occasion of lice au- tumn The prellily decorated rooms were thronged throughout. afternoon, iindv'iilfss; Tilucy will] 'day's results. Those, who turned out., wcro arnpiy repaid, ay the hais shown (iisL.'nctive tlylc'jind smartieSo, wl appeal, strongly, lo the alylisU' Many of the hals are iinpoitctl, and these arc very chic indeed. Tan Ijrovyns, navy' blue, Lcrist' lire good, while fjlacK' ami wlule arc Jilronscr i-liiin ever. Velours are splcn--: j did for early fall, while large velvet j anil plush liats-will br in evidrncc Inler. It is almost impassible to. special- ize, but one particularly attractive creation is a large mink chapcau with ;i linndKoiiic white willow plume., Another sticking noticed was a rcrisc vclvnt toque, with a.while fur etJgc. Clubs and Societies i i iCno.v choir ivill resume rchearstily tin's evening after the summer vaca-. Lion. Tlir U'onian's Missionary society of church met ycsLcrday al- iernoon wilh ;i fair atu-ndancc. Busi- ness was transacted, and tlic mile. lioxus IVCIT opened, resulting in a substantial amount. Mrs, W. P. J.. Alexander, HIP, prcsiJenl, was in charge and was assisted at llic tea hour hv Holl. f f o A woll all ended r.jcclinj; tlic Women's iUi.ssioiiHry Anxilinry of Wesley church, was held ;it the par- j nonage yesterday afternoon. Impoii- ar.r business was transacted, the luclics deciding iiold a .S.ile the latter part- of .September, SOCIETY TAKES TO CALICO Newport Women Carry Canes and Wear Monacles at National Ten- nis Tourney Hoslon. Aug. old fnsli- loiicd calico gowns, currying cnnes, and snorting inonoelcs, iVcwport's so- ciely women are a linos I eclipsing In public interest. Ihc tennis slars in lira nnllonnl tourney al, Ihc CfiHlno courts. IScconlTicity ig Hie slognn in the mai- ler of clothing this Mvs. AvlU- iir Scolt Durdnn was Hie first of "Tlie 100" lo sinrt ihe country girl style of wearing old fashioned calico. She caused a. sensation when she. Appear- ed In [he dress nml bronchi with It H classy wnlklnj: 1'nder tlio calico "Mrs. l.lurden wore a dress of white rough flannel. Al. the tun ivns n Hustcr Brown collar, anil sbe had a. flat black- picture lint with one. red poppy slicking out. Mrs. pgrieii Mills wore a divided sltirt Mli a lonp coat, which was admlrcil. Lota llohliiMon woiv a nioiuicl-' un :i i-haln uronnil hiil1 nei'li ami iiM1. (jaillc'd h wlih ilixnliu-d toiujjO-inre. Siii- :ilsu t-ari-ied Unr r'fti'ux'il liy what nnjil ptiuplt- would "the wrotig ond." lli.'d wilh Ihe h.iiullo linvar'il Ihe .ci'oiiiid Iliu [larv-nl iviirt SATURDAY SPECIALS llnil Al'oiicliiy .is .liaboi1 a Holiday'l.uu. Von wiil ...nocil I'.xl.ra special wear J'or tliat, tiny. 1 ,-Wis-'have it rio'lil here, seiircli tlic cify will) 11 microscope, you could liiul ,'jiO: bctlci1 llnui llioso tin1 in tho following list: ''After every voleanio pi-nation sonietliiiig new is geimrally discovered. Uoinc to-I he sluro and sec the eruption thtil we have. Inul find yon will liud M liosl of biirji'iiins, nol. fill nienlioned in print, luive been blown up for your benelil. C-oiuc early I'oo, for ;ii such prices the bargains i-nn- nol lasl more than half the day, so don't, leave your shopping 1'ill the last moment on StUurdiiv night. Dress Goods Dou'l expect; to get ;iny of these Dress Goods :U JO o'clock on Satui'day foi' fhcM'e .won't be ,'i'uy k'.fl ni I he price luive markeii them. A splendid -collection of all materials In 'jorges, Venetians, broad- cloths, hvceils, and tarlairj. Von will lind llicni hcrr in tlic latest shades and styles, so come earlj-.. Valuey np 10 per yard. Clearing price for Saturday SEE WINDOW DISPLAY Ladies! open wide your eyes, for here is something worth reading A clean-up of Summer Coats in our Ileady-to-Wear Ue- partiucnt. In those you will Mad the best materials put to- gether by people who know how. A splendid range In colorings and effect to choose from In white and. cream lish Repp. Linen and Cream Sergeu with large square cut collars. ttTJi such a rich nml rare combination of colors nnri "effects, at such bargain prices, iherc Khould not bo a single conti left by 10 o'clock on Saturday night. Come early mid gel choice. CLEARING PRICES FOR SATURDAY J to Don't miss this opportunity in our Men's Wear Dept These are just the Furnishings you need for the Coming Holiday ____ .Men's Negligee Shirls, in ,coal sij'le, made from line French prints a'nd zephyr cambrics. Hegular yal- uofi to vl.oil. Clearing price for Splendid HE- in a big variety of shades Regulnr values and 75c. Clearing prlcu for S.itnrday .Men's clean-up ot the 'last, of.thla KlnatJc Spring Needle'Ribbed Underwear, knee. lengVh driiVers, and ehorL sleeved shirts. Clearing" price for Saturday, per OvU In the Children s Corner of our Ready-to-Wear Dept. we have some smart styles in wash coats al tempting prices Also a odd lines children's liu and straw bonnets, yalues np to Sl.TS, prices Sat., 25c lo A good to choose from ii. CJalatoas and Blue and Cream Drills. Ueg- ulnivvaluta m? Cleiu-jlilE pric? for Satnrrtay...... v V W "Hot'Cake" Specials from the Shoe Dept. FOR A -shoe for jill.weai'berB. Reg- ular value' CIcarinB price for Satur f> 4 day, per V l Ladies' lioufi strap, medium (.oe and com- mon snnafi lioel. The solid comfort.' Clearing-price for Saturday- per pair School-Boots ihaL uuilt to-withstand the; hard kq'pcks of school .dfi.v strife. Saturday, per pair Monday Being a Holiday, Linoleum Remnants Hero. soiuo-. smart sjui-ppy Inij-guiiis in Jjiuo- Ituna E-eniiianis. that we arc on'oi'inj: in our Carpet De- piirtment. A splendid range in colors and patterns. Cpmo early and get lirsl pick. i' A .liipanese Mat opportunity iliaL will .be worth your while looking nil. "Clearing Price for Salurday x 712 iji. I'o'r Ii. x 9 Ii. I'm- "9 Ji. x 9-1't. for All the family will be .home 'and probably some visitors, too. You will need something i in tlic eatable Hue. Hevc are a few suggestions from our grocery FINE NEW 2011JS Coi- 25c. BEET QUAUITY Ibs. for 25c. EVAPORATED Per pound 15c EVAPORATED Per pound............20c CUSTARD Per package lOc. FINEST QUALITY BOILED HAM, per lb......... 35c.. Sale Goods Are for Cash Only, and May Not Be Exchanged. Special Grocery Parcel that we are Offering on Saturday 3-pound Tin K udflon'i Bay Tea. 1 sac'; C. GnnUlatcd-Sugar 1 Ib Huntley celebrated Engliih Mixed BiicuiU. Thc'-WJiole'.Parcol on Saliirday .for 1670 BAY CO. HIS ARGUMENT AGAINST TRUSTS THEY DESTROY OPPORTUNITY FOR THE AVERAGE MAN, SAYS MARSHALL LcwisLon, .Me., Aug. Marshall of Indiana, candidate for thu vic-e-prefeidency, concluded his I'our days' sjiealunt; tour of Mnine in Hie Inloi'pats of the Oov-arnor. V. IMnlsleil, ami (.lie Democratic State tic- Itel. with an address here last, night. DiscnsaiiiR I lie trusts from what ho railed I lie "liiinuiiiilni'iiin" jiohu of view. Governor Marshall said In parl: "The. slutcineui. that lu Ihc licgiu- niiig. coinljiimLioiiB or could, by rodunlug overhejid e.vpcns- ca n ml by various other lessen (lie rust lo (h-u consumer, WHB proha- lily true. They could, but did not. SUM all my protests go back to Ihc! liunuinltarlaii as more Important, even tlmn thr economic. The ob- jcc.Uon to tile ITUSI IE that it closes lUp door of opportunity lo rhc younp man. I To (his pinlnniniil Ihc answer IE madcj Mini Mirrn nrn itnrl 001) Jobs awaiting men in Iliuai; anil 1 -snspiH'l is d'nc; I hill Wllill Of II'.' I I roilld til [I I; t' (lirjliKUIlJ liiin n year a.-j lln1 idjiutger uf ii j Urtl, lull siijiptiM1 my liMn.iiidT.s! uhl in'Oiiiiiieil by inaiDWhig a lit j lie of my own. unf of liicli llflhl 11] llHUIH.Itlll flull.irs, s'upi't'SPp whiil it; (rue, j thai I should. be prevented by [he trusts little business and ahbuld he broken if T'l-ried to run U. 1-Invc I not-thon-been dtprivetl of tho one (liing in life IhaL Lhig Republic ought', lo give a chance ip be Womvn'B Rlghtl ind Bid Bread Xo woman hae right lo ot- fei- lier husbiiiul heavy, sour, yaaly bread when Glic can'avoid It hy us- ing White Swan Veayt Chken. Aflk your grocer Tor B 5c package cakes) or send for n free sample to tlic Swnn Rplcea fe Cereals, limltia'd; Tor-, onlo, OJl. lion. T. Crotbc-i's. Minliter of. ]jLibor, will tTn to Guelph for.the set-. slons of i lie Dominion Trades Con- gress v Quality Cakes Specials for Saturday Almond .MiU.'iirooiis-. per lit .70c. (.'oi'Oiimil Tiiru-ovt'r, per iSluirl 'HiTiitl. ciicli 10c. Drop dm....... del your urdet1 in to-day possible You can get them at .l.j. C. Grocery, 515 Doniiiiion Block. L'p.'iwford ;ind Pod.u'ci'. finn'crs, Phone iJICi, lilli A (Soulli. (.'minor's slon-. 901-1 lib Street Noil Hi; I 'horn; lohii Gilinore 8 to re., -f-J-t- St.' Xorlh; Phone IO-'7 or ; our Drivers. John Gilmore I TJ1K I5AKKK: I'lioiu- ;